Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Talkbox and Bookmarking projects
Re: Talkbox and Bookmarking projects
From: Jean Donse <jdon_at_wanadoo.fr>
Date: Wed, 21 May 2003 19:26:09 +0200
Thanks for your answer. The question of course, is how do I create a
----- Original Message -----
From: "ds2list" <ds2list_at_yahoo.com>
Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2003 7:17 PM
Subject: Re: Talkbox and Bookmarking projects
> Talkbox doesn't have any Bookmarking functionality beyond what is
> in Rockbox 2.0. If you want to use it with a
> a non-recording device, then you need to create the thumbnail
> mp3s on your computer (Using your favorite Sound Recorder and mp3
> encoder), and then put them in the appropriate folder
> with the filename ".dirname.mp3"
> On Mon, 19 May 2003 22:07:03 +0200, JMP wrote:
> > Hi.
> > I have an Archos Studio 6000 "Jukebox 5.08/Rockbox 2.0". May I remind
> > all that this model doesn't have a recording facility.
> > In the past few days, I've been fiddling with my Jukebox in the hope of
> > finding a way of resuming long files.
> > I've tried bookmarking without success due to my own ignorance:
> > *Was I supposed to put the Bookmarking-20 files in the root directory
> > what was I expected to do with the ajbrec.ajz file? the player needs a
> > file, not an .ajz one!)
> > *Or was I supposed to kick out the archos.mod file supplied by Rockbox
> > to replace it with the ajbrec.ajz supplied in the talkbox zip file and
> > rename it archos.mod (that seemed too bold to me, I'm always afraid that
> > machine will lock up on me!)
> > So, I reluctantly removed the bookmark files and turned to the Talkbox
> > project.
> > I first used the Talkbox-5.7.2003-aj-studio.mod and then the
> > Talkbox-5.15.2003-aj-studio.mod files. There again, it didn't seem to do
> > much difference and with regret, I removed these files too. I am under
> > impression that the Talkbox project is not suited for the Studio 6000
> > because it doesn't have a recording facility.
> > And now I've discovered that Rockbox 2.0 did provide a bookmark facility
> > the time: I navigate the menu while listening to a book, find the
> > "archos.mod" file and do a quick press on it: the LCD reads "Rolo"
> > "descramble" and now my Archos will resume where it was at that precise
> > moment each time I turn it on again. It's not perfect (I wish it would
> > this without my intervention and I hope that someone will come with the
> > answer) but still, it's pretty cool and extremely valuable for
> > This is where I stand at the moment. I hope I was not too long and that
> > makes some sense, and above all that it will help people who, like me,
> > it sometimes confusing to install all that exciting software. It's a
> > that all this good work is sometimes wasted because the information is
> > always clear to the average person.
> > Thanks to all for reading me so far and keep the good work,
> > Jean.
Received on 2003-05-21